Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers, Federalism, and Fourteenth Amendment

Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers, Federalism, and Fourteenth Amendment

Professor Charles Fried
Spring 2015 course
M, T 1:10pm - 3:10pm in WCC Room 2012
4 classroom credits

The course considers the structural provisions of the Constitution, but also the individual rights and liberties implicated by the due process and equal protection clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment. First Amendment liberties and constituional criminal procedure are addressed in other courses.

Sullivan and Feldman (Eighteenth edition) and its 2014 Supplement, and some supplementary materials.

Prerequisite: For LLM students only, instructor permission is required to enroll in this course.

Note: For upper-level JD students, this course will be included in the Multi-Section round of registration.

Subject Areas: Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Government Structure & Function